The basic unit of the image and the solenoid valve.

Cobalt respiratory protection: 0.05mg (Co)/m3

– single-use approved dust and fog respirator. 0.5 mg/m3 (Co)

– dust respirator, except for single-purpose respirator. 1 mg (Co)/m3

– dust mask, except for single and 1/4 mask respirator. Smoke or high efficiency particle respirator. 5 mg (Co)/m3

– high efficiency particle respirator, with full face. A complete mask, helmet, or bonnet respirator. Self-contained breathing apparatus with a complete face. 20 milligrams (Co)/m3

– air purifying respirator with high efficiency filter with full face. The “C” type auxiliary air breathing apparatus operated under pressure or other positive pressure mode.

Respiratory protection: nickel

> 1 mg/m3 (Ni)

– self-contained breathing apparatus, operated under pressure or other positive pressure mode. Auxiliary air respirator used in conjunction with auxiliary equipment under pressure requirement or other positive pressure mode

SHCBA works under pressure or other positive pressure mode.

Gloves: employees must wear appropriate protective gloves or creams to prevent contact

This substance.

Eye protection: use safety glasses with side shields or goggles. When employees’ eyes are likely to be exposed to this substance, employers should provide an eye wash fountain in an emergency working area. When dealing with these materials, contact lenses should not be worn.

Copper: copper is a skin, eye and mucosal stimulus and skin sensitizer. people

Prolonged breathing or skin diseases can be dangerous.

Human oral LDLO: 120mg/kg

Article 12 – ecological information

No data is available. If possible, solids and dust should be recycled instead of piling into landfills.

Section 13 – handling matters

Waste disposal: this is a valuable material that should be sent to proper recycling facilities if any. If materials are not sent to the recycling facility, they should be processed in accordance with federal, provincial, state and local environmental regulations.